Would you like to try your hand at cocktails at home? We’ve gathered three recipes for cocktails with history?

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The cocktail is the art of mixing smells, tastes and colours for delicious drinks. Knowing how to prepare a cocktail can be a unique attraction that will leave your guests speechless, so we’ve put together instructions for how to prepare a cocktail at home with ease that is sure to please everyone. These three recipes […]

Trick Or Treat? Learn How To Make A Sinister Halloween Pumpkin In 5 Easy Steps


The arrival of Autumn brings with it one of the most sinister holidays of the year: Halloween. While it has Anglo origins, Halloween is increasingly rooted in Spanish culture. On the night of the 31st of October, witches, spirits and horror become central characters of holidays tales. But how should we decorate our homes for the […]

Is the Beach Season Over with the end of The Summer? We Give You 10 Reasons Why Visiting The Sea in Autumn Is Healthy


The summer has come to an end until next year, but that does not mean you have to say goodbye to the sea – indeed, you should do the opposite. There are plenty of benefits to Autumn swims. We’ve gathered ten reasons why you don’t have to put beach destinations aside for the season. 1. […]

Grazalema With A Slow Travel Philosophy, Slowly But Surely: 7 key points


In recent years, the Slow Travel movement – a variation of the Slow philosophy – has won over new fans and earned an increasing number of tourism projects dedicated to it, especially in Europe. We will discuss the origins of the movement, including the characteristics of this new way of travelling, as well how you […]

Do you want to capture your best holiday memories? We’ve compiled the top 10 tips on how to take the best photos


When holidays come to an end, we are left with plenty of memories. The things we’ve done, the meals we’ve had, the times we’ve enjoyed – and, of course, the photos. Who has not picked up an album just to remember those special moments on holiday? For that reason, it’s very important that those images […]

Unique Festivals of Andalucia: The Battle of ‘The Bridge’ in Montejaque


On the 19th and 20th of October, the Cadiz village of Montejaque, in the Sierra de Grazalema, will host the recreation of the ‘Battle of the Bridge’, where 200 brave villagers were victorious in the face of 700 French soldiers. In 1810, neighbours from Montejaque, Benaojan, Atajate, Cortes de la Frontera and Jimera Líbar joined […]

We’ve Gathered The 10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Miss The Torcal de Antequera – The Most “Original” Natural Setting In Málaga


If there is a truly “original” Andalucian natural setting, it has to be the El Torcal de Antequera. Oddly-shaped structures draw the attention of visitors to this corner of Southern Spain, offering collection of activities and charm that make it an especially appealing destination for a getaway. Highlighting the many ways this is not to […]

Dried Chestnuts: The Finest Autumn Treat In The Genal Valley


Located in Malaga’s Serrania de Ronda, the Genel Valley has already begun to show its Autumn colours. Each year, October is an important month for this beautiful location because that is the time when it welcomes its most precious fruit – the Pilonga Chestnut. The first and most daring have already begun to fall to […]

Fifteen Reasons Why Practising Sports Can Make You Happier


In previous posts, we’ve talked about the physical benefits of exercise in the lives of those who practice it, but what about the psychological impact? Below, we’ve gathered the 15 reasons why sports can lead to a happier life: It can chemically make you happier. When practising sports, one’s body will release endorphins that give […]

The Bandolera recreation “Blood and Love in the Sierra” returns to Grazalema

Historic recreation in Grazalema

With the passionate title, “Blood and Love in the Sierra “, this has become one of the most anticipated and special events in Andalucía. During the 3rd, 4th and 5th of October, the town of Grazalema, Cadiz is transformed to the way it looked in the 19th century, attracting more than 15,000 visitors each year. […]

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